Excerpt: Lexmark recently released several new colour laser printers, of which the C522n is the cheapest. It's priced slightly above entry-level devices, which currently cost as little as £200, but its specifications are much higher. The C522n comes with a standard Ethernet port, and supports PCL6 and PostScript 3 print languages. What's more, it's the least expensive colour laser we've tested with a true 1,200dpi print resolution.
Excerpt: Unlike the Xerox 6120, Lexmark's C522n is a single-pass colour laser printer. It has a separate drum and toner for each colour, so pages only pass through the print engine once to produce a full colour image. It's also the cheapest colour laser printer that we've seen, with a true resolution of 1200 dots per inch (dpi). And to top it all off, the C522n also has an Ethernet port - allowing all the PCs on your network to share it with the minimum of hassle.
Summary: If the idea of approaching the office printer fills you with foreboding, you'll appreciate Lexmark's effort to make colour laser printing as painless as possible with its powerful, blisteringly fast C522n.